Six faculty members and two alumni from the Human Communication Studies Department will be among the presenters at the Nov. 12-14 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention in Denver.
- Minjung Kim, assistant professor, and alumna Emily Wang ’15 (M.A. communicative disorders) “Phonological Development in Simultaneous Bilingual Mandarin-English Speaking Children”
- Kim, alumnus Ethan Richtsmeier ’15 (B.A. communicative disorders) and Hyekyeung Seung, professor, “Speech Characteristics of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder”
- Ying-Chiao Tsao, associate professor, “Research in Chinese-Speaking Communities and Its Contribution to the CSD Field: A Panel Discussion”
- Phil Weir-Mayta, assistant professor, co-author of “Speaking Task Differences in Adults With Parkinson’s Disease and Cerebellar Disease”
- Kristopher Brock, assistant professor, co-author of “The Communicative Competence of and Attitudes Toward Persons With Aphasia: A Comparison of Grids and Scenes”
- Terry Saenz, professor, co-author of “There is an ‘I’ in ‘Team’: Importance of SLPs and Audiologists Collaborating With I/Ts”